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Can we add vista client in NT 4.0 Domain

By ravichintapalli ·
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Can we add vista client in NT 4.0 Domain

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Re: Add vista client in NT 4.0 Domain.

Please manually create a computer account on the NT domain controller to resolve the issue:

1. Logon to the NT domain controller.

2. Open Administrative Tools -> Server Manager.

3. Click Computer menu -> Add to domain.

4. Select "Windows NT workstation or server" and then enter the computer name of the Windows Vista machine. Then click Add.

5. Apply the changes.

6. Now try to join the Vista computer into the domain.

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Yes you can

by Jacky Howe In reply to Can we add vista client i ...

You will have to lower the authentication level Vista uses by following the directions below.
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Click Start, Run and type secpol.msc and press Enter, run it as administrator if required.
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Under Local Policies\Security Options
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By right clicking and selecting Properties, change the value of <b>Network Security: LAN Manager authentication level</b> from <b>Send NTVLM2 responses only</b> to <b>LM and NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated.</b> Click OK and exit out, restart the PC.
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